UT Tyler Psychology and Counseling
Gain Broad-Based Skills to Explore Human Behavior
Thank you for your interest in our academic and professional programs, and please do not hesitate to contact us for additional information. The pages of this site should not be considered the official policy statement for the departmental programs and requirements, but should be used as supplemental information to aid your planning for application and course enrollment.
The current UT Tyler Catalog and the Schedule of Classes are the primary sources for the current admission procedures, program requirements, course offerings and academic calendar. We look forward to your inquiries regarding how we can assist you in your academic and career goals in the field of psychology.
The Department of Psychology and Counseling offers two degree plans at the undergraduate level and several graduate level degrees. The undergraduate degrees, Bachelor of Science/Arts in Psychology, are appropriate preparation for graduate study in psychology or counseling.
Opportunities for study at the graduate level include the Master of Science in Clinical Psychology with subplans in General Clinical, School Psychology and Neuropsychology, Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling (CMHC) with subplans in General Counseling and Couples and Families, Master of Arts in School Counseling and the Master of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies.